- NY Assault Weapons Ban Remains in Effect as US Supreme Court Declines to Hear Challenge
June 23, 2016Read More
In a ruling that figures to be highly analyzed given the recent mass shooting at an Orlando, Florida nightclub, the United States Supreme Court declined to hear a challenge to NY and Connecticut gun control laws that ban certain types of assault weapons. As a result, these gun laws should remain in effect. The state laws prohibited […]
- No Criminal Charges for Parents of Child Who Got into Gorilla Enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo
June 16, 2016Read More
A recent incident at the Cincinnati Zoo generated both fascination and outrage as video footage of a young boy trapped in a gorilla enclosure circulated on the Internet. The video images show a small child inside the gorilla area and hovered over by Harambe, a massive 450-pound gorilla. Ultimately, zoo officials believed that they had […]
- Outcry over Judge’s Sentence in Stanford University Rape Case
June 09, 2016Read More
A sexual assault case in Palo Alto, California is getting national attention after a convicted rapist received what many believe is a far-too-lenient sentence. Brock Turner, the 20-year-old defendant in the sex crime case, was a promising swimmer who attended Stanford University. During his freshman year of college, Turner went to a fraternity party and ended up […]
- Global Cocaine Problem Spreading to United States
June 02, 2016Read More
Although people tend to think of cocaine addiction as a problem that merely affects the user, data indicates that global cocaine trafficking has resulted in a significant number of homicides, suggesting the large scope of the impact of drug crimes. The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and the United Kingdom’s National Crime Agency (NCA) recently released the figures on […]
- Tony Gwynn’s Family Files Wrongful Death Claim against Tobacco Companies
May 26, 2016Read More
The loved ones of Tony Gwynn have claimed that the late professional baseball superstar died as a result of negligence and fraud committed by a number of tobacco companies. Now Gwynn’s family members are hoping that the tobacco industry will be held accountable for their alleged role in Gwynn’s death. Gwynn’s relatives recently filed a wrongful […]
- Michelle Lodzinski Found Guilty of Murdering Her Child in New Jersey 25 Years Ago
May 20, 2016Read More
A Middlesex County jury recently convicted Michelle Lodzinski on charges of murdering her five-year-old son more than two decades ago. The verdict was handed down by a jury of seven men and five women after a lengthy trial in Middlesex County Superior Court in New Brunswick, NJ. Lodzinski, a 48-year-old Florida woman who lived in South Amboy […]
- CDC Releases Guidelines to Curb Abuse Prescription Painkillers
May 16, 2016Read More
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently responded to the growing epidemic of prescription painkiller abuse by issuing guidelines for prescribing opioids and other painkillers. Prescription painkiller abuse has become a serious problem in the United States as more and more people are using pharmaceutical drugs to alleviate chronic pain. These individuals often start […]
- US Schools Doing More to Combat School Violence and Bullying
May 13, 2016Read More
The federal government revealed that school violence is down across the country, but it still remains a problem. According to a report released by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and the US Justice Department, approximately three percent of students between the ages of 12 and 18 indicated that they had been victims of crimes on […]
- Ford Issues Five Recalls of Defective Trucks and SUVs
May 06, 2016Read More
Ford Motor Company announced five different recalls of faulty vehicles, including the automotive company’s popular series of F-150 trucks. The total amount of Ford-manufactured vehicles that are subject to recall is 285,000, with most of the recalled cars, trucks and SUVs coming from the United States, Canada and Mexico. The five recalls include: Recall #1: Ford and […]
- Child Marriages Are Still Legal in New Jersey under Certain Circumstances
April 25, 2016Read More
In most U.S. states, a person must be at least 18 years old in order to consent to get married. However, these age requirements can easily be set aside when certain legal “exceptions” apply, whether it’s a parent consenting to the marriage or a judge providing official judicial consent to the child marriage. These exceptions […]
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